President John T. Niccollai
WAGE INCREASES IN COMPANY SELECTED STORES AND DEPARTMENTS President Niccollai reported today that it has come to your Union’s attention that several of our Employers are unilaterally granting wage increases in stores and departments they select because of alleged difficulty in staffing the stores. We want all members to understand that your Union certainly has no objection to our members receiving wage increases, in fact, we encourage it. What is unfair, inequitable and discriminatory is the fact that Employers are not granting these starting wage rate increases Company-wide to all...
TELEPHONIC JUNE 15, 2021 MEMBERSHIP MEETING The General Membership Meeting for Tuesday, June 15, 2021 will be held telephonically at 7:00 P.M. Members who wish to participate should contact JoAnn Piscitelli at 973-256-6790 in order to verify membership and obtain access instructions for participating. To hold the meeting telephonically, we must notify the Host Company as to the approximate number of participants. We must, therefore, ask members who would like to participate to contact JoAnn Piscitelli no later than Tuesday, June 8, 2021.
Please be advised that the deadline for submitting the 2021 Scholarship is approaching. All scholarship applications must be received by June 1, 2021. Do not miss out on this opportunity. Click the attached 2021 Scholarship Application, fill it out completely and send it back with the required documentation to our office at 245 Paterson Avenue, Little Falls, NJ 07424, Attention: Scholarship Committe. You can also email the completed application and required documentation to email@example.com, Attention: Scholarship Committee.
SHORTAGE OF ADEQUATE WORKERS President Niccollai reported today that as Frontline Employees in the Food Industry, we are experiencing an inability by some of our Union Employers to properly staff departments. This situation is occurring because of several factors: First, there are people still fearful of returning to work because of COVID-19 issues. Second, workers, especially women, are unable to return to the job because they have children not fully attending school on a daily basis. Third, the Federal Government has established Unemployment Benefits which may exceed what an employee...
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